Our Mission is to give older residents of Mt. Lebanon the resources and means, confidence and peace of mind to enjoy life while staying in the comfort and safety of their home, aging in place, in the community they love as they grow older.
Mt. Lebanon Village is good for the entire community. We support families by providing a caring network of volunteers spanning from children to teenagers and adults of all ages, to assist you or your loved ones as they age; giving you peace of mind in knowing there is somebody else who cares.
We bring members of the community together in a variety of ways helping to build connections, promoting relationships that are valuable to everyone involved, and fostering socialization and well-being. We support one another; partnering with families, businesses, schools, religious organizations, and others in an inclusive and welcoming environment. We are dedicated to supporting seniors so that they can age in place.
M. Lebanon Village is a proud member of the Village to Village network.
Karen Jones is a graduate of Mt. Lebanon High School and Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a B.S. in Education. After teaching for a short period she worked as an email administrator for Westinghouse. After relocating to Rochester, NY for eighteen years, she volunteered and raised funds for several non-profit organizations. Karen has two children in college and lives with her husband John. They enjoy (most of the time) working on updating their Mt. Lebanon home.
Holly Patterson is a graduate of Mt. Lebanon High School and the University of Pittsburgh with a B.S. in Elementary Education. After substituting for a year, Holly entered the retail field and was a Department Manager for Saks Fifth Avenue. Due to a family illness, Holly relocated to Camp Hill, Pennsylvania where she joined Pennsylvania Blue Shield, now Highmark BCBS. Holly relocated back to Pittsburgh as a Claims Supervisor for Highmark BCBS and after 25 years retired as a Senior Technical Business Analyst in the IT division. Holly is single and enjoys gardening, knitting, reading, traveling and remodeling older houses. She also works part-time at a local church and brings a considerable amount of professional acumen to her new position here at Mt. Lebanon Village.